Cafe Ole Brunch
Cafe Ole has a tasty little brunch menu. Somehow my friend obtained a $100 gift certificate that could be used on alcohol as well as food. I ordered several mimosas and a margarita after Ole ran out of champagne. This was somewhat disappointing, considering that our group of five appeared to be the only people in the place drinking mimosas. Who goes to brunch and does not drink mimosas and bloodies? This is incredibly puzzling, but not an unheard-of phenomenon. I ordered the vegetable breakfast burrito. It contained black beans and spinach, two of my favorite veggies. The Sweet Burreet did not contain eggs, which I thought was odd for a breakfast burrito, but it was still quite good. The cheese dip at Ole is a little different and really tasty.
Celtic has a mimosa special with what seems to be fresh orange juice and Yellowtail for $20 for the bottle and a carafe of juice. I am admittedly not a juice connoisseur, as I avoid caloric beverages other than milk, beer, wine, and booze. After about 3 rounds of this nonsense, I returned home to feast upon the delicious roast beef and mushroom platter that my boyfriend "removed" from one of the corporate officer's holiday parties after drinking about 12 Bud Heavies. I love the holiday party season.
2 years ago